Alma mater is surely a vital part in a child’s life. The expense on education is an investment. Apart from academic achievements, the school also hones the personality of the child. The teacher-student bond is special and stays for years. Choosing a good school for a child is imperative so that the child’s gets the best in education and extra curricular activities.
The usual pattern of finding a school is about choosing one among the vicinity or a decent distance. The procedure of selection from the schools point is more about personal interview of parents where the school authorities screen parents to find about the background of the child. Each child is different and the prevalent system of gauging the child’s IQ is no longer valid. In a few schools, kids are allowed to interact with toys/books/educative games and a general selection is made. It is important for parents to cooperate during the session and also place their queries in the orientation program.
The typical things before choosing a school seem to be the bus facility, faculty and more importantly the curriculum. The board also is essential as a criterion like SSC, ICSE, CBSE or the new entrant which is IGCSE. The IB board is a personal choice suited to affordable classes. Whatever the medium, the fees also seem to be an important factor is making a choice. Other queries can be about coaching tutorials, sports facilities and other cultural participation in context with the Indian scene.
A child automatically adjusts to a routine and bus service in a month’s time. It is necessary for parents to cooperate with the authorities at all time. Placing the concern/feedback/suggestion can be done during the open house days or a special meeting can be arranged with the class teacher. While choosing a school the parents must also make a general enquiry about facilities, field trips, curricular feats and what kind of contribution is required from the parents.